There is an old adage that says, "those who can't do, teach." For Jim Brenan, chair and associate professor of the department of Theatre Speech and Music Performance, that's not quite the case.
Professor Tim Haney teaches Canada's only Sociology of Disaster course. Having lived in New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina, he also brings a unique perspective to his research on disasters.
Norm Vaughan draws on his work in Saudi Arabia to discuss the role of social media in revolution.
MRU women's hockey coach, Scott Rivett, who is also a father of three, has turned a group of girls who enjoy the game of hockey into a family who look out for each other on and off the ice.
The renowned thinker and writer joins Mount Royal in a celebration of thinking and learning during its centennial celebrations.
Mount Royal Univiversity is excited to announce Alberta's only four-year, direct entry Bachelor of Education, Elementary.
Pulitzer prize-winning author of The Poisoner's Handbook: Murder and the Pulitzer prize winning writer and poison expert, Deborah Blum, speaks at MRU.
Mount Royal business student Kirsten Fiorentino will be honoured at the Hong Kong Canada Business Association New Year's Gala.
As a native of the troubled Peshawar region of Pakistan, Aamir Jamal has a unique appreciation of the Canadian flag.
Comic book superheroes are not just child's play. In a new book, Mount Royal professors Lee Easton and Richard Harrison prove you can learn a lot about life, love and death from the comic book stars.

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